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Jan 27, 2021
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Zelensky’s rating falls below 20%

The rating of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky among citizens fell to 19.8%, RIA Novosti reports, citing data from a survey by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology (KIIS).

In December, the sociological service “Rating” published the data of its own poll, according to which, if the presidential elections were held in the country in the near future, 26.2% of those who are going to vote at all and have already decided on their choice were ready to vote for Zelensky. In second place was co-chairman of the Opposition Platform – For Life faction, Yuriy Boyko, with 16.6%, in third place was the former president of the country, leader of the European Solidarity Party, Petro Poroshenko, with 13.3%.

According to the results of a new KIIS poll, if the presidential elections in Ukraine were held in the second half of January 2021 and the indicated candidates participated in them, Zelensky would have won the most votes – 13.4% among all respondents and 19.8% among those who decided with a choice and will vote. The second was Poroshenko – 10.6% and 15.7%, respectively.

For the former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, who heads the Batkivshchyna party, 8% of all respondents and 11.8% of those who made their choice and will vote are ready to vote. Boyko would receive 7.4% and 11%, respectively. The former head of the SBU, the leader of the Strength and Honor party Igor Smeshko would have won 6% (8.9%), the chairman of the political council of the Opposition Platform – For Life party Viktor Medvedchuk – 5% (7.5%), ex-prime minister , the leader of the party “Ukrainian Strategy Groisman” Volodymyr Groisman – 3.9% (5.8%).

Also, according to the poll, if Zelensky and Poroshenko entered the second round, 30.6% of all respondents and 55.2% of those who are ready to vote and made their choice would be ready to support the current president. Poroshenko would receive 24.9% and 44.8%, respectively. When Boyko and Poroshenko entered the second round, the first would have gained 33.9% and 53%, the second – 30.1% and 47%.

The survey was conducted on January 22 by telephone interviews using a computer among 1005 residents of all regions of Ukraine, except for the territories of Donbass not controlled by Kiev.

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